Sunday, October 22, 2006

Kemah Boardwalk

I have had a pretty busy weekend for someone who usually spends about fifty percent of any given weekend laying on the couch.

  • Mom and I went to Houston to bring Cory and Jamie some tables for their garage sale next weekend.
  • Cory and Jamie were both working Saturday morning, so mom and I went to Kemah. It's a beautiful place with lots of fun family stuff to do. However, I can't wait to go back with my drinking friends because there was also a lot of not-so-family stuff to do.
  • At lunch I found out there is a drink called a Michilada which is described thusly: Habanero sauce, lime and draft beer served over ice.
  • The Michilada is served at Cadillac Bar and Restaurant and it was some of the best mexican food I've ever eaten. Try the fish tacos. Excellent margarita also.
  • We left Kemah and drove to Alvin and unloaded the garage sale stuff at Cory and Jamie's.
  • We all went to dinner at Zio's for italian food - delicious!
  • Came home Sunday morning and "helped" my cousin load up my old bedroom furniture which I sold to him.
  • Going to Courville's shortly to see Fred Eaglesmith.


7 comments:

Peter said...

Good photo slideshow...duh.

Lorna said...

Fred Eaglesmith!!! yippee! give him a slobbery hug, but don't tell him it's from me---I have to remain an anonymous fan or the stalking won't be effective.

Sophmom said...

Excellent pics. I want to go to Kemah.

Laurie said...

Peter - :)

Lorna - When I found out he was from your neck of the woods, so to speak, I immediately thought of you. He was great!

Sophmom - You would love it. The pictures don't do the views justice.

Sylvana said...

Ah... I remember when I would spend most weekends on the couch.

Goodtimes!

Laurie said...

Sylvana - It's sort of becoming a fond memory for me as well.

TexasGal said...

When I get back from Singapore I'm going to have to come party with you! I LOVE Kemah! It is a great place to unwind and have some fun! And fish tacos is what I usually order out at Mexican food places..I've even had them here.